The Chest Feels Hot, Sore, And Swollen When Pressed By Hand?
why yes My chest feels hot and swollen when pressed with my hands my breastbone hurts when I sneeze and move My chest hurts more
Many factors can cause chest pain, such as pain in the chest muscles due to frequent coughing or sneezing. Besides doing activities that use a lot of chest muscles such as swimming, lifting heavy objects, it can also cause the chest muscles to become tense and even cramp, causing pain.
Pressing the chest strong enough to cause an injury will certainly cause chest pain, so you should avoid the habit of pressing or banging the chest.
Apart from problems with the muscles, bones and skin of the chest, pain can also arise due to problems in the chest, such as heartburn, which causes heartburn which can radiate to the chest. Complaints of heartburn can sometimes resemble heart problems which can also cause chest pain. In addition, lung disorders such as infection can also cause chest pain and prolonged coughing.
It is hoped that Karisma will go to the doctor directly, considering that there are quite a lot of possibilities that could be the cause of your chest pain complaints. Because the handling of medical conditions is different from one another, so it is necessary to ascertain what medical condition is the cause of the chest pain that is being experienced by Karisma.
As for some of the following suggestions, Karisma can try to do
Avoid lifting heavy objects. Do not bend, turn, turn over quickly. But do it slowly Avoid wearing tight clothes Use a mask to reduce exposure to dust and vehicle fumes when going to public places, and stay away from cigarette smoke Make sure you get nutritious food intake and adequate rest
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